From the Gallery of the List a doorway gives acces to a rectangular courtyard, the Butchers hall. This hall is a slaughter room, where animals were killed. The meat was then prepared for offering in the temple. Most of the time, the hall door is closed for tourists. On its walls, have been represented scenes of
offerings to the gods and in frieze under these,
the rituals of slaughtering of beef
Do these engravings represent real actions, who took place in this piece, or were they there for the decoration
or to serve
of the enemy's destruction, as the hunt to the bull? Some details drive A.R. David to think that slaughterings of animals took place there .
in the floor so that blood can flow out and the sites of dish stocking led her to conclude that.